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Published: Sunday, Dec. 1 2013 10:00 p.m. MST

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U-tar
Woodland Hills, UT

Great cheese! I stop there every time I am in the area. They even have one with pine nuts. Very good!

oldcougar
Orem, UT

Hooray for the Kohlers!!!! They are a great family, wonderful folks in the Heber Valley. I love seeing farmers succeed. We will be visiting the farm soon!!

andrejules
Midway, UT

Great article about a wonderful Heber Valley family. We have a Kohler neighbor and the farm is just across the street with the Creamery a half mile away. My wife sells her hand made pot holders there. We love shopping there. The cheese is terrific.

New to Utah
PAYSON, UT

This is a wonderful story. I wish there were many more farms and ranches in Utah and a lot few subdivisions. The fact that only 3 out of 130 dairy farms are still functioning shows a 98% attrition rate. Thank goodness for the Kohlers.

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